With less than 2 weeks until Christmas this weeks Free Video tutorial shows you how to make a simple Christmas wreath on the front of your cake. Seeing everyone’s houses decorated for Christmas what is more Christmasy than a Wreath. This wreath is made up of holly, mistletoe, a pretty Christmas bow and some pine cones, so make sure you scroll down to see the full video tutorial…

Free Christmas Wreath Cake tutorial

For this cake I used a 6inch round cake which measures around 5 inches in height. For the main colours of the cake I used the pre-coloured ruby and emerald fondant by Renshaw. This gave such a Christmasy coloured cake as a base for the wreath. For the wreath I added the words ‘Joy’ using the new Candy letter set by Sweetstamp. This font was just perfect for this time of year and I love how it looked in the center. Remember you don’t have to use the same wording as me, you can change this to say whatever you want.

Free Christmas Wreath Cake tutorial

I really love how simple this design is. Don’t get me wrong it can be a little fidly, especially with the little pieces of holly but it gave such a great effect and focal point for the cake. I have to admit I think my favourite part of this cake is the mini pine cones. You can get moulds to make small pine cones to make it quicker and easier, but with just a few tools it was great to see these come to life from a small piece of fondant.

I really hope you like the cake and will enjoy watching how I made it. Below you will find the full video tutorial. I really hope you find it helpful if you’re still looking for some Christmas cake ideas.

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Christmas Wreath Cake tutorial